3 - 5 April 2007
After Nicolaes Berchem
A wooded landscape with Bentheim Castle in the distance
oil on canvas
104.5 x 150.5 cm.
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The original picture was painted by Berchem in 1656 and is in a private collection (see exhibition catalogue, P. Biesboer et.all., Nicolaes Berchem; In het licht van Italië, Haarlem, Frans Hals Museum, 2007, cat. 20, illustrated p. 42).
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